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Each winter, Hawaii is the stage for some of the best whale watching on the planet, when thousands of kohola (humpback whales) migrate to our warm waters to breed and nurse their young. Tours from just about every island can bring you thrillingly close to these magnificent creatures.More
Adventures on Land
Soar through Hawaii’s lush canopies on some of the longest ziplines in the U.S. – and some of the most scenic in the world.More
Whether you want to descend jungle cliffs or cascading waterfalls, Hawaii’s knowledgeable guides will show you the ropes.More
Island Star is a luxurious 57' private charter sailing yacht that can accommodate up to 20 guests. We specialize in half and full day charters as well as weddings and special events. When you charter the Island star you can snorkel, scuba dive, whale watch, or "sail" as much as you like.
Adventures in Paradise Snorkeling Guide books agree the best snorkeling in Hawaii is Capt Cook Monument in Kealakekua Bay on the big island. More fish, coral, dolphins & calmer waters make this a snorkeling oasis.
Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary is a Federal agency, designated to protect the humpback whales through research, conservation, and education. We have a visitor center in Kihei and a vessel that is used for research and for disentangling the whales.
The Snorkel Store is now island wide! Visit one of our 3 locations in Kihei, Lahaina, and Kaanapali! All snorkel rentals come with mask, snorkel, fins, defog, carrying bag and customized snorkeling map for your party. We also rent mobile cabanas, surfboards and SUP boards by the day or week.
Maui’s only oceanfront spa is the Kamaha'o, Marilyn Monroe Spa at the Hyatt Regency Maui. Located on the white sand of Ka’anapali Beach, the spa features cabanas for oceanside massages, facials and body treatments, as well as a Glamour Room where you’ll find fabulous hair, makeup and nail services.
We offer guided ATV tours ranging from an hour and a half to three hours. Our native guides will share Hawaiian history while the group explores spectacular scenery of the Hawaiian coastline, two beautiful waterfalls, and an old tropical rainforest.
The Diamond Head Visitor Center is a partnership between the State Park Division and Pacific Historic Parks. Open 365 days a year from 7 am to 3:30 pm and is located within Diamond Head crater.Official Diamond Head Tours and exclusive Diamond Head merchandise are available at the Visitor Center.